What is a Facebook Page? A Facebook Page is a public profile that enables you to share your business, services and products with Facebook users.
What is a Facebook Page? When your fans interact with your Facebook Page, stories linking to your Page can go to their friends via News Feed. As these friends interact with your Page, News Feed keeps driving word-of-mouth to a wider circle of friends. As fans add friends…….
Fan Pages can only be created to represent a real organization, business, celebrity, or band, and may only be created by an official representative of that entity.
Groups can be created by any user and about any topic, as a space for users to share their opinions and interest in that subject. Groups can be kept closed or secret, whereas Pages are intended to help an entity communicate publicly.
Pages also allow people to maintain a personal-professional distinction on Facebook. If you're a group admin, your name will appear on that group, while Pages will never display their admins' names.
When you take actions on your group, such as posting on your group's wall, these actions will appear to come from you as an individual. However, if you post or take other actions on a Page you own, it will appear to come from the Page.
What is a Facebook Page? When your fans interact with your Facebook Page, stories linking to your Page can go to their friends via News Feed. As these friends interact with your Page, News Feed keeps driving word-of-mouth to a wider circle of friends.
How to Prepare Plan for the Purpose of your Page
What will turn your Facebook fans into paying customers, and vice versa?
If you are a local business, detailed info like address and store hours will help.
If you're a doing events, adding videos is key.
If you're a brand or product, photos of your offering and hyperlinks to independent reviews will make an impact – OR ADD VALUE!
Gather what you've got handy—and you can always add more later.
Make it useful and engaging
How to Prepare You'll be able to upload an unlimited number of photos. The most important is the profile picture that Facebook users will see (as a thumbnail) in News Feed when their friends interact with you. A logo, storefront, or group photo may work well. Make sure the image is still clear when reduced to thumbnail size. Gather Photos
Getting Started http://www.facebook.com/pages/create.php Lower Left Only the official representative of an organization, business, celebrity, or band may create a Facebook Page. The Page creator can then add other representatives to help them manage the Page. Each Page admin will be able to update and edit their Pages from their own accounts.
Updating Your Page! Updating your Page regularly with fresh photos, upcoming events, and the latest promotions means your Page won't just look like a profile, it will feel like one, and that will keep users coming back. Facebook users are used to getting information sorted by what happened most recently or that’s most relevant. If you keep your Page active, which you can do through mobile integrations and applications, you'll find that your fans are more engaged and more interactive.